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Xray and Aqua Keeping Your Containers in Safe Waters

While Docker has become all the rage, it is still a relatively new technology in the market. Many companies have introduced it into their organizations, but relatively few have taken Docker to production. One of the reasons is the security risk inherent in running a large set of containers, often based on open source code, … Continued

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Whale Parts in Your Docker Registry

There are many good reasons why you would set up a private Docker registry in Artifactory to manage your Docker images. One of them is the ability to promote images, letting you easily move and copy images from one repository to another in your CI/CD pipeline while setting different access privileges. Another is Artifactory’s universal … Continued

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5 Things You Should Know About Docker Registries in Artifactory

As a universal artifact repository, Artifactory is, among other things, a fully fledged Docker registry. In addition to storing and managing Docker images, Artifactory also offers extensive integration with your CI pipeline, supports authentication through external providers, high availability, massively scalable storage and is constantly updated to support the latest Docker client version and APIs. … Continued

Taking Docker to Production with Confidence

Many organizations developing software today use Docker in one way or another. If you go to any software development or DevOps conference and ask a big crowd of people “Who uses Docker?”, most people in the room will raise their hands. But if you now ask the crowd, “Who uses Docker in production?”, most hands … Continued

Docker is Not Alone

JFrog Artifactory – The Only Universal Enterprise Repository Manager During DockerCon 2015 in SF, Solomon Hykes asked the audience: “Who is using Docker and nothing else”? No one in the audience raised their hand. Our Developer and DevOps 2015 Survey reinforces this point and adds what developers are using together with Docker. In JFrog’s Developer and … Continued

Docker Has Arrived, But Has Your Ship Really Come In?

In many ways it has. Docker has emerged as the “King of Containers” with more and more enterprises adopting Docker technology to run applications in data centers, on IT infrastructure and developer laptops alike. Docker’s decoupling of applications from their environments has effectively revolutionized how software is run. However, as with any (relatively) new technology, … Continued